Hong Kong intl Airport
Official name: Hong Kong International Airport
Code: IATA: HKG ICAO: VHHHFlight Handling Capacity: 57 flights per hour at peak hours
Number of Terminals: Two (Terminal 1 and Terminal 2)
Number of Runways: Two (South and North Runways)
Runway length: 3, 800m
Service Hours: 24 hours, all year
Hotels: Regal Airport Hotel
Connectivity: About 90 airlines operate flights to around 150 destinations worldwide, including about 40 Chinese mainland cities.
Telephone: (852) 2188 7111
Facsimile: (852) 2824 0717
Official Website: www.hongkongairport.com
Enquiry Hotline: (852) 2181 8888
|Hong Kong International Airport|
It is the fourth busiest international passenger airport in the world and has the busiest international cargo facilities. There are 90 airlines operating from the airport and at any time, some 750 aircraft are on their move daily. HKIA links Hong Kong with around 150 destinations round the world, including 40 cities in Mainland China. Since its operation from July 1998, the International Airport has earned the world's best airport recognition for more than 25 times by 10 different entities. It boasts two terminals, with an area of 71 square meters. Whilst Terminal 1 was put into use from the start, Terminal 2 was only added in Feb.2007. Located opposite to each other, the two terminals are within walking distance.
Hong Kong International Airport is the southern gateway to Mainland China. Some 320 cross-boundary shuttle buses connect it with 90 Pearl River Delta (PRD) cities and towns. Passengers can use cross-boundary limousine to get to their PRD destinations directly. What's more, with the SkyPier cross-boundary ferry services, passengers from Pearl River Delta cities going overseas will have a comfortable trip as they do not have to go through the usual immigration and customs formalities in Hong Kong. At present, speedy cross-boundary arrangements are available at eight Pearl River Delta ports: Shekou and Fuyong ports of Shenzhen, Nansha port of Guangzhou, Humen port of Dongguan, and ports in Zhongshan, Zhuhai and Macau. At Shekou, Macau, Fuyong and Humen ports, passengers can even pre-check-in their baggages and obtain their boarding passes. A new permanent SkyPier facility is currently under construction.
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